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was a bachelor i heard that one a lot. >> gregg. >> molly hanneburg, thanks so much. >>> president obama is taking a break from the oval office and doing holiday shopping on small business saturday. the president and his daughters sasha and malia visiting the politics and prose book store today as the fourth annual small business saturday promoting independent merchants. the president telling reporters he bought books for every age group. good for him. >>> rising death tolls in the deadly police chopper crash that collided into a crowded pub in glasgow, scotland, and now at least eight deaths and more than a dozen seriously injured, one rescuer describing the chaos immediately after the crash. >> moments after the helicopter crashed it was just people pouring out of the pub and dust seemed to be coming up from nowhere, i don't know, either out the door, up from the ground almost the dust, almost like a human chain and there was people much deeper in in the debris of the pub and passing, trying to pass injured people out and all did you was grab the person given to you and pass them on to
in private. very public split in terms of the world views between prime minister netanyahu, president obama certainly beginning to shake the israeli/u.s. relationship overall. >> leland vittert live in jerusalem, thanks. >>> our next guest traveled to iran five times for meetings on nuclear issues and also met with the president rouhani. jim walsh joins us. jim, thanks for being with us. let me get this straight. here is the so-called deal and let's put it up on the screen so our viewers can see it. iran and this is the most important part gets to keep enriching uranium. it does not have to dismantle its existing 19,000 centrifuges. it does not have to disassemble any of its nuclear program. it can still produce weapons-grade uranium for a nuclear bomb within weeks. it does not have to dismantle the plutonium many producing reactor near arak and refuses to agree to all inspections demanded by the iaea and in return the united states provides iran with up to 7 billion in sanctions relief. jim, this is a good deal for whom? >> i think it's a good deal for the u.s. and britain, germany, france
. >> thank you, peter. >> yeah. >>> while the stated goal of obama care was to reduce the cost of health insurance, it's becoming clear that many who don't qualify for subsidies or tax credits will begin to see an increase in premiums in 2014. democratic strategist debbie dingle and kurt bardella are here. good to see you both today. >> good to be here. >> debbie, let's start with the fact that we have improving news this morning from the administration that says the website for signing up has greatly improved. a lot of glitches ironed out and it should be a better experience. >> that's what they said this morning. i know you said you had reports it's not working perfectly. this rollout was not the perfect rollout. i was glad to hear 80% of the people trying to get on will get on. we'll continue to hear static and what i want to see is us talk about the bigger picture. let's see where we are in a few months down the road when all the bad news stories and good news stories, we've gotten through and seen what is the real. do more americans have access to affordable, quality health care? >>
. shannon, baca. >> leland, thank you very much. president obama says now the burden is on iran to prove to the world its nuclear program will be exclusively used for peaceful purposes, but our next guest says softening sanctions now will be hard to change them in it future. congresswoman thank you for your time today. >> thank you, shannon. >> i want to touch on something leland vitter was talking about from our middle east bureau, the fact that israel's prime minister has reacted strongly to this. they are one of our closest allies. what message does this deal send? >> well, there's no doubt that this is a real threat to israel's security. the democratic state of israel, the jewish state of israel, has been our strongest ally. remember iran has said time and time again, death to israel, death to the united states. they have not changed their tune. it is a state sponsor of terrorism. they want to wipe israel off the map. just because you have a new president who's smiling and using his charm offensive in iran, he's charming the pants off of us, but he's not -- netanyahu is not to be foo
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of the uninsured. >> and it is signaling that there are changes afoot there. chris, thank you. we'll check you out later in the week. >> thank you. >>> along with the turkey and stuffing this thanksgiving, how about obama carrot side? the president's group is asking volunteers to pitch the health care law to families. there is even a guide to help supporters get that conversation started. >> so if you are at my thanksgiving dinner. >> i hope to be invited. >> if you brought that topic up i would ask you to put it aside. wait until friday. >> what does it to convince you that is good to go. >> send me a tweet. >> and let us know if you are talking about it. >> israel warning that the world is a dangerous place because of the deal to iran. on prime minister netanyahu's warning. >> and a deadly storm pushing extreme weather. it caused problems for one of the busiest travel weeks of the year. will you be in its path. >> it is slick and a lot of snow on top of ice and it is icy. we have it on my shoes and it just doesn't help. >>> fox extreme weather alert for you. a massive storm system
. >> maybe between mom and pop. but not customers. thank you. >> still ahead -- the failed launch of the obama care website has hurt the president in the polls, but how bad will the fall-out be for democrats in the mid-term elections next year? we ask the panel. richie incognito and the dolphins strike a deal over a suspension for bullying another player. we tell you just what that is. ahead of the anniversary, remembering pearl harbor, the oldest survivor recalls the world war ii attack coming up. >>> take a look now at the stories making news on the fox news flash. >> it's a crucial weekend for the problem plagued obamacare website. today is the day the white house has been promising the approved version of the site is up and running for the vast majority of users. the site was shut down overnight for 11 hours for maintenance. >>> four people are dead including an infant after upleap crashed overnight in western alaska. no word on the condition of the other six people aboard the single engine cessna. the state of montana is trying to put a teacher convicted of raping a 14-year-o
agreement or something with regard to the economy and americans will say as bad as obama care is, the others are bigger and we'll give him the benefit of the doubt. >> he is trying to turn the conversation. karl rove, thank you for your analysis. >> serious new questions about the agency tasked with enforcing the law and that is the irs. many wondering if it is an overwhelmed agency. and fox business network david asbin and co-host of after the bell. how are you sir? >> very good. >> can you tell me what the irs's duties will be. >> it is a huge expansion. they have to distribute trillions in subsidies for those who can't afford insurance and penalize people who don't buy it and supposed to buy it. hss is the implementer and irs is the enforcer. how can they enforce something if they don't have information that is solid enough to know who to penalized. and from hss, they are not getting solid information. the irs can't penalize if they don't know who. we are the ones who get hurt. >> dave, that comes back to the website and effectiveness and whether or not people can use the website. mark ev
through the obamacare exchanges. gregg? >> molly henneberg in washington. thanks. >>> after a disastrous rollout of the affordable care act, polls show president obama's approval rating hitting an all-time low, but in a recent interview, the president says he's confident that in time, more and more americans will embrace his health care law. chief washington correspondent james rosen has this report. >> reporter: for president obama, the semi official relaunch of obamacare 2.0 could improve a decisive point in his second term. the latest fox news poll conducted just before november 14 when mr. obama issued that hour long mya cullpa. record high 55% of registered voters disapprove of his job performance. of the president's repeated promise, if you like your health care, you can keep it, half of registered voters now believe he knowingly lied when he offered those assurances. four in ten believe he didn't know that promise would turn out to be untrue. only 1% think he was exaggerating and 9% don't know what to think. and of the president's apology. 38% of registered voters regarded as sinc
. >> absolutely. >> thanks as always. >>> thanks, guys, so much. >>> our next guest says if you think the ill fated obama care rollout is an example of president obama's failed programs, just see the latest in afghanistan. deadly train derailment we have been confirming this morning, dozens of others injured, many in critical conditions, crews are continuing to search for survivors. the day building a play set begins with a surprisewinge of back pain... and a choice. take up to 4 advil in a day or 2 aleve for all day relief. [ male announcer ] that's handy. ♪ so i deserve a small business credit card with amazing rewards. with the spark cascard from capital one, i get 2% cash back on ery purchase, every day. i break my back around here. finally soone's recognizing me with unlimited rewards! meetings start at 11, cindy. [ male announcer get the spark business card from capital one. choose 2% cash back or double miles on every purchase, every d. what's in your wallet? i need your timesheets, larry! losing thrusters. i need more power. give me more power! [ mainframe ] located. ge deep-sea fue
of the obama family, i wish everybody a happy thanksgiving and as we gather with our own friend exercise family we count ourselves lucky that there is more to be thankful than we could so or hopeful for. with the power vested in me, i want to grant popcorn a full reprieve. come on. and i want pop cooper, you have a full reprieve from cran perisauce and stuffing and wish you well. and we'll give carmel a break as well. . congratulations. >> well, popcorn is relieved. >> it is a good day to be popcorn. >> have a happy thanksgiving. >> and a nice message from the president, too. >> and the popcorn is known for a proud strut. >> and an interesting garble. >> longer notes than carmel that has a quick clear and frequent. >> and the president said something funny. there are many solemn occasions in the white house and this is not one of them. quick check of the head lines in new york. a potentially dangerous chemical leak from a rail car. and hundreds were forced from their homes overnight. wilard, ohio and no injuries are reported. there >> the iran president is plosed with the deal reached but defen
, thanks. as we await for the rollout redo to unfold, critics say president obama still has a long way to go before he can convince americans that his signature legislation is actually working. our chief correspondent joins us live with more. good to see you. >> good afternoon. it's not just the fox news poll taken in the second week of november that finds 55% of registered voter disapproving of president obama's job performance these days. that figure actually rises in more recent polls of registered voters and americans overall taken by cbs news and cnn. it is pretty much the same in surveys taken over the last week. gallup reported recently the president's rating as a strong leader, honest, trustworthy and effective manager, dropped in each of those categories by 5 to 6 points since september. >> it's hard to sit opposite you, mr. president, and say this. but a lot of the criticism, it's personal. >> yes. >> people just don't think they're trustworthy. >> i don't think that's true, barbara. the truth of the matter is that i got re-elected in part because people did think i was trust
and president obama now playing out publicly, israel beginning to threaten the relationship between the united states and israel. >> leland, as critics pointed out nothing has been destroyed. leland vittert, thanks. >> turning to ambassador dan gillerman, a fox news contributor and former israeli ambassador to the united nations. ambassador, if there was a deal to be made, is this what you envisioned it would look like? >> no, jamie, this is far from what we envisioned and what had to be done. this is a deal which was rushed into blindly mainly because i think the iranians were very eager to have it and they met with unfortunately what they perceived to be a weak and tired america and a europe which is eager to start doing business with iran again. what we have is actually a bad deal. it is a deal which allow iran to continue on its quest for nuclear weapons and i truly believe and softry to say that what while there is a celebration going on in tehran and maybe a sense of achievement or even a sigh of relief in washington and in some european capitals, there is great anxiety and great worry i
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